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When Biomechanics DOESN'T Matter: A Choose Your Own Adventure Lecture

When Biomechanics DOESN'T Matter: A Choose Your Own Adventure Lecture

When Biomechanics DOESN'T Matter: A Choose Your Own Adventure Lecture

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Certificate of completion
The instructors

About The Course:

This interactive and fun course, recorded at the San Diego Pain Summit, sets a framework for when biomechanics doesn’t matter.


This course will help you integrate a model of pain with traditional biomechanical techniques. We're are going to look at different biomechanical ideas that people have used to explain pain that are quite prevalent and we’re going to try to pull them apart.

Please note coarse language is used in this course.

This lecture was recorded at a multi-disciplinary conference, the San Diego Pain Summit, where clinicians learn how to apply current pain research into clinical practice. Learn more about this conference here:

Who Is This Course For: 
This course is relevant to all healthcare professionals. 


The instructors
Greg Lehman

He has spent 2 1/2 years completing a MSc in spine biomechanics, 4 full time years in chiropractic college and seven years working as a researcher in exercise and clinical biomechanics. After working for several years spent an additional 2 years obtaining a MSc in Physiotherapy.

Following his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, Greg was awarded the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Gold Medal for highest academic performance in Kinesiology.

As a faculty member at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College he developed a research program that produced more than 20 publications on exercise biomechanics, golf fitness andthe science of manual therapy and has taught more than 25 graduate students in Spine Biomechanics and Research Instrumentation and supervised more than 50 students and 20 undegraduate research theses.

Course Material included in this course
  • Dysfunction Junction
  • Intro
  • We Must Answer
  • Impingement
  • Challenging Ideas
  • Final Points
  • Q&A
  • Feedback
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